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Huntley boys basketball preview

Huntley boys basketball preview

Adam Reckamp

November 29, 2015

It may be varsity boys basketball head coach Will Benson’s second season as the leader of the program, but it feels an awful lot like his first season. With only one starter back from last season, Benson has almost an entirely new team on his hands. Coming in, Benson inherited a senior loaded roster...

Unexpected End to an Undefeated Season

Senior Anthony Binetti tries to escape an Oswego defender.

Brandon Frey

November 9, 2015

t was a perfect season so far. 9-0. Huntley had already beaten one of the best teams in the state, Cary-Grove. Heading into the playoffs ranked second in their division, Huntley played Minooka in their first game. Even with the rainy weather and the soaked field, Huntley was still able to get the...

Huntley Places First at Math Team Invite

Huntley Places First at Math Team Invite

Lucas Modzelewski

November 9, 2015

n a Saturday afternoon Nov. 7, four math teams from four different schools gathered together at one school. Huntley High School. It was the first time HHS ever hosted a math team invite. The three other schools at the event were Hononegah, Jacobs, and Grant. Huntley placed first overall at the ma...

Huntley volleyball falls short in regional championship

The Huntley Red Raiders varsity volleyball team stands for the national anthem before their regional championship.

Maggie McGee

November 1, 2015

n Thursday night, the stands at Jacobs High School were filled with eager, cheering fans from Cary-Grove and Huntley as both teams were playing in the championship game of the Jacobs Regional, battling for a spot in the Hampshire Sectional. Huntley, who went 24-14 on their season, had dominated on the court...

Huntley Steals the Throne from Dundee-Crown

Freshman Sarah Zayas setting the ball for one of her middles.

Alex Landman

October 16, 2015

he East Gym was packed with energy and “Hey Hey Huntley” cheers on Tuesday night as the 14-11-1 Red Raiders varsity volleyball team took on the number one ranked 15-5-0 Dundee-Crown Chargers.  The Raiders managed to come back and win the next two games after a 19-25 loss in the first game. ...

Huntley football wins easily over Crystal Lake South

The Huntley High School Red Raiders starting off the first quarter, against CLS.

Courtney Thomas

October 11, 2015

The Huntley High School’s varsity football team, the Red Raiders, played their last home game of the season last night against Crystal Lake South. The Raiders won, 36-13. With 5 minutes and 26 seconds left in the first quarter, Eric Mooney scored the first touchdown of the game. “It was a gr...

Huntley routs Crystal Lake South

Huntley defends free kick taken by Crystal Lake South.

Raemon Savillo

October 9, 2015

he Huntley varsity boys soccer team beat undefeated conference rivals Crystal Lake South 5-1 on Thursday night. The win moved Huntley to 11-5-1, whereas Crystal Lake South's loss moved them to 10-5-4. This game was one of the most important games of the season for Huntley, since Crystal Lake South wa...

Should kids be allowed to trick-or-treat without their parents?

U.S. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama give out treats to children on the South Lawn of the White House, Oct. 31, 2014 in Washington, D.C. President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed local children and children of military families to trick-or-treat for Halloween. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/MCT)

Mohammed Syed

October 7, 2015

s Halloween approaches, many children have started shopping for costumes.  More often than not, these children find themselves trapped within their parents’ boundaries. You have to choose a costume that I like.  I have to make sure your candy is safe.  You can only eat the ones that I tell you ...

COW Meeting: Professional Development Gives Back to Teachers

District 158 board members eagerly await for the meeting to start (Courtesy of D. Martin).

Devin Martin

October 2, 2015

any of the board members  on the District 158 Board of Education were in awe of a new proposal to help teachers improve how they can help their job performance. Professional Development allows the teacher to have a Data Coach to be able to look and see how many students have struggled, and are cu...

Jacobs tops Huntley on penalty kicks

Jacobs tops Huntley on penalty kicks

Maggie McGee

September 25, 2015

With this victory Jacobs improved to 8-3-0 overall, while Huntley dropped to 9-2-2 in their first conference game of the season. From the start of the game both teams were very physical, battling for the ball with high intensity every chance they could. “During the game I was trying to tell m...

Elementary schools are rewarded for jumping for a cause

Elementary schools are rewarded for jumping for a cause

Eric Weideman

May 22, 2015

onight the Board of Education took time to give out Teacher of the Month awards, and to honor teachers for their service, and commitment to education.  Among those honored were HHS teachers Michael Slattery and Carol Sikora, being recognized for 25 years in the district, and retirement respectively. During th...

NBA playoffs round three

The Atlanta Hawks' Al Horford hits the game-winning shot to beat the Washington Wizards, 82-81, in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at Philips Arena in Atlanta. The win gives the Hawks a 3-2 series lead. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution/TNS)

Tyler Watkins

May 22, 2015

BA Playoffs Round three Matchup: (1) Atlanta Hawks v (2) Cleveland Cavaliers Pick: Cleveland Cavaliers in 6 Why: Atlanta has experienced a sharp drop in three-point field goal percentage this postseason. Having shot the ball at 38 percent all year, the second highest mark in the NBA, Atlanta has ...